Rubies:

Me again, droning about Ruby/Tk again.

The equivalent of the following code...

  canvas = TkCanvas.new(top) {width(400);height(300) }
  p canvas.configure()

....if written in Python (boo! hiss!) Tkinter, would print out all the
configuration options.

Similarily, canvas.cget() without an argument would return an entire map of
configuration names and values.

I can't find the equivalents in Ruby/Tk - despite being an overwhelmingly
better language and Tk wrapper.

How do we squeeze even more self-documentation out of these objects?

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  Phlip
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